The KCCRB credentials and maintains a statewide network of trained professional volunteer responders and deploys rapids response teams to crisis sites.
A 24-hour toll-free access phone number, (888) 522-7228, is maintained to request a response.
The Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board (KCCRB) provides assessments, crisis intervention, service collaboration, and system development following disasters. KCCRB, as the state lead disaster mental health agency, coordinates services, administers FEMA Crisis Counseling grants when necessary following a Presidential Declaration, in collaboration with local and regional mental health providers.
The KCCRB also provides multi-component crisis intervention services statewide, and is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Regular incident responses include responding to crises with first responders, schools, businesses or community organizations, as invited.
CLICK TO REQUEST A RESPONSE TEAM
CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINING:
KCCRB offers several crisis intervention courses. See Training for more information.
The Executive Director of the KCCRB is Debborah M. Arnold.
Click for a list of Board Members and their terms of service. Board of Directors.